March 10, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

City Council seeks ways to help with ‘Rebuild’ efforts

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SR investigators seeking public’s help in search for Milton’s Boykins

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GB’s Scarborough announces bid for Representative

George Scarborough has prefiled with the Florida Division of Elections to run for the House District 3 seat that Holly Benson will be vacating next year in her bid for the State Senate. More...

Adolescent hobby leads to lifetime love

Gulf Breeze News Letitia Grimsley is in management at the Gulf Breeze Wal-Mart Superstore today because of a skill she began acquiring as a freshman in high school. More...


Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office Report

District 1 - Gulf Breeze 3098 Gulf Breeze Parkway Gulf Breeze, Florida 32563 (850) 934-4000. Information provided by the Santa Rosa County Sheriff More...

Bill assistance available

The deadline to sign up for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) for Santa Rosa County is March 31. More...


Woodlawn Beach students excel at county History Fair

The following Woodlawn Beach Middle School students won, placed or received honorable mention at the county level in the 2005 Santa Rosa County History Fair: More...

Gulf Breeze High students attend convention in Washington D.C.

Students meet Congressman Miller, along with former CIA Director Woolsey

Eighteen Gulf Breeze High students and their two sponsors attended a Junior State of America convention in Washington D.C. over the President More...

Recent Gulf Breeze High grad gives back to area kids

Larry Kuhn, a 2004 GBHS grad, was one of three people recognized for their volunteer work with area youth at the Feb. 24 meeting of the Santa Rosa County School Board. More...


St. Ann’s offering youth programs for middle, high schoolers

All seventh and eighth grade youth are invited to participate in a Lent Retreat as part of the Edge Youth Group at St. Ann Catholic Church in Gulf Breeze (100 Daniel Drive, behind Dolphin Football Stadium). More...

Concord Presbyterian hosts conference this weekend

The Concord Presbyterian Church will hold its Missions Conference on March 11 - 13 at 4191 Gulf Breeze Parkway. More...

Browning accepts post as new pastor of Church of the Messiah

The Church of the Messiah has a new priest, as Reverend Ron Browning has accepted a call to launch a new Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) church in the Pensacola area. More...

Home & Garden

Test drive

Before you buy new furniture, you might want to give it a whirl
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Design solutions for custom furnishing a home theater

In the beginning, the television set was a piece of furniture in and of itself; the screen and speakers were contained in a wooden cabinet that dominated the living room. More...

Pollination – the garden’s unseen miracle

Extension Horticulture Agent Santa Rosa County More...


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, Charles or Betty Bodamer, the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. More...

Officials rip FEMA

Gulf Breeze News The agency that is supposed to be the lead vehicle of recovery from the trail of destruction left behind by Hurricane Ivan has itself apparently run off the tracks and managed to draw the ire of city More...

Complaints, weather halt debris burning

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Transportation ranks top as LTR planning

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Island News

Beach ball water tower will remain

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Friends mourn Kent Wright

Pensacola Beach residents and friends were stunned to hear of Kent Wright More...

Paradise Bar & Grill resumes serving meals

Paradise Bar & Grill, "The Last Local Beach Bar" is back up and running again and this coming weekend, the ever so popular Dunnotar will be playing Friday and Saturday from 7 p.m.- 11 p.m. More...


Bay film fest to open at The Breeze for second year

Gulf Breeze News For the second straight year, The Breeze Cinema 8 in Gulf Breeze will be transformed into Hollywood - East as the local theatre prepares to host the opening night of the 3rd Annual Pensacola Bay Inter More...

Santa Rosa students encouraged to participate in poster contest

Santa Rosa County students are encouraged to show off their imaginative side and participate in a poster contest for Juvenile Justice week, which is March 20-26, and Juvenile Justice Day at the Capitol is March 24. More...

Mellencamp to rock the Civic Center

In February, 1986 he played the Pensacola Civic Center known as John Cougar Mellencamp. More...


Gulf Coast Invitational starts Saturday

Gulf Breeze News Approximately 85 teams from six states will descend upon Gulf Breeze this weekend for the 22nd annual Gulf Coast Invitational, put on by the Bayside Soccer Club. More...

Dolphins defense struggles in losses

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Basketball teams celebrate season

Gulf Breeze News A total of 10 teams were honored as part of the 2004-05 basketball banquet Sunday at the Gulf Breeze High cafeteria. More...

Calendar of Events

Thursday, March 10 & Wednesday, March 23

Intellectual Property Seminars Two seminars hosted by Nevin Shaffer will be held at the Florida SBDC Network at 401 E. Chase Street, Pensacola to discuss the intricacies of Intellectual Property. The first, More...


Senior drivers should listen their children’s advice

Having just completed the AARP 55 Alive Driving Course required every three years to receive a discount on my automobile insurance policy, I had an opportunity to discuss when and why they are interested in assessing our diminishing driving skills. More...

Early detection is key to surviving colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer, which includes cancers of the colon and rectum, is the second deadliest cancer in the United States, after lung cancer. Fortunately, colorectal cancers are highly treatable if found early. More...


State’s Chief Financial Officer calls out insurance companies

Last Wednesday we heard from nearly 1,000 panhandle residents at a town hall meeting in Pensacola. More...

Adventures in allergies and jewelry

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On the Spot:

Where we put people

“Yes, because we’d get better restaurants and hotels in our area.” – Kristin Paul (left) Gulf Breeze More...